2008 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For computational, theoretical, and experimental work on improving fundamental understanding of pinchoff singularities, drop formation, and electrohydrodynamics, and for development of nonstandard inkjet printing applications
Osman A. Basaran mostly deals with Mechanics, Drop, Breakup, Classical mechanics and Newtonian fluid. The concepts of his Mechanics study are interwoven with issues in Computation, Capillary action and Electrohydrodynamics. His work in Capillary action addresses issues such as Galerkin method, which are connected to fields such as Surface tension.
His Drop research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Navier–Stokes equations, Viscous liquid, Pipe flow and Inviscid flow. His studies deal with areas such as Pinch, Scaling, Finite element method and Optics as well as Breakup. His Classical mechanics research incorporates elements of Viscosity and Boundary value problem.
Osman A. Basaran mainly investigates Mechanics, Drop, Breakup, Classical mechanics and Newtonian fluid. His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Capillary action, Surface tension and Scaling. His work on Spinning drop method as part of general Drop research is often related to Oscillation, thus linking different fields of science.
His work focuses on many connections between Breakup and other disciplines, such as Dynamics, that overlap with his field of interest in Viscoelasticity. His research in Classical mechanics focuses on subjects like Finite element method, which are connected to Finite difference method. The various areas that Osman A. Basaran examines in his Newtonian fluid study include Free surface and Inertia.
Osman A. Basaran focuses on Mechanics, Newtonian fluid, Breakup, Pulmonary surfactant and Drop. His Mechanics research incorporates themes from Capillary action, Surface tension, Scaling and Inertia. His Surface tension research includes themes of Stress and Radius.
His study focuses on the intersection of Breakup and fields such as Thread with connections in the field of Nozzle. His Pulmonary surfactant study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Liquid liquid, Jet, Inviscid flow, Coalescence and Marangoni effect. His Drop study which covers Curvature that intersects with Condensed matter physics and Viscous liquid.
His primary areas of investigation include Mechanics, Breakup, Surface tension, Capillary action and Newtonian fluid. His work in the fields of Mechanics, such as Inviscid flow and Free surface, intersects with other areas such as Capillary pressure. His studies in Breakup integrate themes in fields like Scaling, Marangoni effect and Nozzle.
The Surface tension study combines topics in areas such as Stress, Radius, Flow and Boundary layer. His Capillary action research includes elements of Drop, Curvature and Dimple. Osman A. Basaran has researched Newtonian fluid in several fields, including Thread and Inertia.
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Small‐scale free surface flows with breakup: Drop formation and emerging applications
Osman A. Basaran.
Aiche Journal (2002)
Electrohydrodynamic tip streaming and emission of charged drops from liquid cones
Robert T. Collins;Jeremy J. Jones;Michael T. Harris;Osman A. Basaran.
Nature Physics (2008)
Computational and experimental analysis of dynamics of drop formation
Edward D. Wilkes;Scott D. Phillips;Osman A. Basaran.
Physics of Fluids (1999)
An experimental study of dynamics of drop formation
Xiaoguang Zhang;Osman A. Basaran.
Physics of Fluids (1995)
A new method for significantly reducing drop radius without reducing nozzle radius in drop-on-demand drop production
Alvin U. Chen;Osman A. Basaran.
Physics of Fluids (2002)
Formation of beads-on-a-string structures during break-up of viscoelastic filaments
Pradeep P. Bhat;Santosh Appathurai;Michael T. Harris;Matteo Pasquali.
Nature Physics (2010)
Nonlinear oscillations of viscous liquid drops
Osman A. Basaran.
Journal of Fluid Mechanics (1992)
Computational and experimental analysis of pinch-off and scaling.
Alvin U. Chen;Patrick K. Notz;Osman A. Basaran.
Physical Review Letters (2002)
Dripping-jetting transitions in a dripping faucet.
Bala Ambravaneswaran;Hariprasad J Subramani;Scott D Phillips;Osman A Basaran.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Dynamic Surface Tension Effects in Impact of a Drop with a Solid Surface
Xiaoguang Zhang;Osman A. Basaran.
joint international conference on information sciences (1997)
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